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  • Examples of empirical networks differing in groups size and modularity: observed interaction network of (a) 5 spiders with low modularity; (b) 10 spiders with low modularity; and (c) 10 spiders with high modularity. (d) Larger networks were less dense and (e) more modular than their smaller counterparts
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  • John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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  • Journal of Animal Ecology © 2018 British Ecological Society
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  • Carl N. Keiser, Noa Pinter‐Wollman, Michael J. Ziemba, Krishna S. Kothamasu, Jonathan N. Pruitt, Andy Fenton
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  • Keiser, C., Pinter‐Wollman, N., Ziemba, M., Kothamasu, K., Pruitt, J., Adelman, J. S., Moyers, S. C., Farine, D. R., Hawley, D. M., Avilés, L., Varas, C., Dyreson, E., Barron, D., Gervasi, S., Pruitt, J., Martin, L., Bastille‐Rousseau, G., Gibbs, J. P., Yackulic, C. B., Frair, J. L., Cabrera, F., Rousseau, L. P., Blake, S., Bates, D., Mächler, M., Bolker, B., Walker, S., Begon, M., Bennett, M., Bowers, R. G., French, N. P., Hazel, S., Turner, J., Beleyur, T., Bellur, D. U., Somanathan, H., Bilde, T., Coates, K., Birkhofer, K., Bird, T., Maklakov, A., Lubin, Y., Aviles, L., Blumberg, S., Lloyd‐Smith, J. O., Buhnerkempe, M. G., Roberts, M. G., Dobson, A. P., Heesterbeek, H., Hudson, P. J., Lloyd‐Smith, J. O., Côté, I. M., Poulin, R., Crawley, M. J., Csardi, G., Nepusz, T., Dimbi, S., Maniania, N. K., Ekesi, S., Eubank, S., Guclu, H., Kumar, V. A., Marathe, M. V., Srinivasan, A., Toroczkai, Z., Wang, N., Ezenwa, V. O., Gerardo, N. M., Inouye, D. W., Medina, M., Xavier, J. B., Fenton, A., Fairbairn, J. P., Norman, R., Hudson, P. J., Gao, Q., Bidochka, M. J., Thompson, G. J., Gopinath, S., Lichtman, J. S., Bouley, D. M., Elias, J. E., Monack, D. M., Grinsted, L., & Pruitt, J. N., Settepani, V., Bilde, T., Harris, R. N., Brucker, R. M., Walke, J. B., Becker, M. H., Schwantes, C. R., Flaherty, D. C., Vredenburg, V. T., Haydon, D. T., Chase–Topping, M., Shaw, D., Matthews, L., Friar, J., Wilesmith, J., Woolhouse, M., Henschel, J. R., Henschel, J., Lubin, Y., Schneider, J., Hethcote, H. W., Hock, K., Fefferman, N. H., Jakob, E. M., Marshall, S. D., Uetz, G. W., Keiser, C. N., Howell, K. A., Pinter‐Wollman, N., & Pruitt, J. N., Keiser, C. N., Jones, D. K., Modlmeier, A. P., & Pruitt, J. N., Keiser, C. N., Pinter‐Wollman, N., Augustine, D. A., Ziemba, M. J., Hao, L., Lawrence, J. G., & Pruitt, J. N., Keiser, C. N., Pinter‐Wollman, N., Ziemba, M. J., Kothamasu, K. S., & Pruitt, J. N., Keiser, C. N., & Pruitt, J. N., Keiser, C. N., Shearer, T. A., DeMarco, A. E., Brittingham, H. A., Knutson, K. A., Kuo, C., & Pruitt, J. N., Keiser, C. N., Wright, C. M., & Pruitt, J. N., Lloyd‐Smith, J. O., Schreiber, S. J., Kopp, P. E., Getz, W., Lokhov, A. Y., Mézard, M., Ohta, H., Zdeborová, L., Martin, L. B., Burgan, S. C., Adelman, J. S., Gervasi, S. S., Meadow, R., Vandenberg, J. D., Shelton, A. M., Meyers, L. A., Pourbohloul, B., Newman, M. E., Skowronski, D. M., Brunham, R. C., Molloy, M., Reed, B., Moussaïd, M., Brighton, H., Gaissmaier, W., Moussaïd, M., Yahosseini, K. S., Newman, M. E., Nunn, C. L., Jordán, F., McCabe, C. M., Verdolin, J. L., Fewell, J. H., Otterstatter, M. C., Thomson, J. D., Paull, S. H., Song, S., McClure, K. M., Sackett, L. C., Kilpatrick, A. M., Johnson, P. T., Perkins, S. E., Cagnacci, F., Stradiotto, A., Arnoldi, D., Hudson, P. J., Pinter‐Wollman, N., Keiser, C. N., Wollman, R., & Pruitt, J. N., Pulkkinen, K., Read, J. M., Edmunds, W. J., Riley, S., Lessler, J., Cummings, D. A. T., Rebollar, E. A., Simonetti, S. J., Shoemaker, W. R., Harris, R. N., Sah, P., Leu, S. T., Cross, P. C., Hudson, P. J., Bansal, S., Salje, H., Lessler, J., Paul, K. K., Azman, A. S., Rahman, M. W., Rahman, M., Cauchemez, S., Sloan Wilson, D., Clark, A. B., Coleman, K., Dearstyne, T., Song, S. J., Lauber, C., Costello, E. K., Lozupone, C. A., Humphrey, G., Berg‐Lyons, D., Nakielny, S., Stroeymeyt, N., Casillas‐Pérez, B., Cremer, S., VanderWaal, K. L., Atwill, E. R., Hooper, S., Buckle, K., McCowan, B., Wright, C. M., Keiser, C. N., & Pruitt, J. N. (2018). The primary case is not enough: Variation among individuals, groups and social networks modify bacterial transmission dynamics. Journal of Animal EcologySpecial Feature: Animal host–microbe interactions, 87(2), 369-378. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12729.
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  • Article Authors:
  • Carl N. Keiser, Noa Pinter‐Wollman, Michael J. Ziemba, Krishna S. Kothamasu, Jonathan N. Pruitt, Andy Fenton
  • Article Copyright Year:
  • 2018
  • Publication Volume:
  • 87
  • Publication Issue:
  • 2
  • Publication Date:
  • 03/01/2018
  • DOI:
  • https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12729

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